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Focus 2016 logoFOCUS Wales is back and will take place in Wrexham from 12-14th May 2016! Early bird tickets are now on sale at the special rate of £30 via MusicGlue, for a limited time only.

FOCUS Wales is an annual multi-venue festival taking place in Wrexham each spring, which places the music industry spotlight firmly on the emerging talent that Wales has to offer the world. FOCUS Wales 2016 will mark the festival’s 6th edition, and will welcome over 5,000 people to the town, building upon 2015′s record attendance across a jam-packed weekend of events. There’s no place like Wrexham during FOCUS Wales, as we showcase 200+ bands, fill out a variety of spaces and music venues, using 20 stages, host 3 days of sessions and events, and showcase 3 days of stand-up Comedy, Film and Interactive Arts!

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UntitledThe exploits of Banksy and other worldwide street artists have thrust the concept of hidden identities, pseudonyms and secret exhibitions into the public domain, but this idea has been present in the art world for many years. For many artists keeping their identity concealed is a strong element of what they do, and allow the public to look at the work they produce without any preconceptions.
The A5 Collective is one example of this shadowy practice, with many critics claiming that the group may not even exist!
But Wrexham based THIS Project have teamed up with curator Robert Stephen to host a unique exhibition which will, for the first time ever, show examples of work from all seven of the artists in one show. The purpose of the exhibition is to throw the light into the darkest corners of the art world and to question the celebrity culture that goes hand-in-hand with being a famous artist.
The A5 group are a group of artists based in the United Kingdom and America. The artists are (in alphabetical order):
Deceased landscape artist Ben D Gedig (real name Robert Lloyd Jones), whose work was discovered and is now presented by his grandson Robert John Jones; New-York-based digital revolutionary Richard Head (real name!); International Street Artist ‘ONE’; Russian Print luminaries The Ozniak Brothers; Drago Zalaznik who looks at the art of identity; and they will be joined by artist and exhibition curator Robert Stephen himself.

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Screen Shot 2015-07-24 at 09.35.45Help for Heroes (H4H) is asking the great British public to turn their BBQ’s in to an opportunity to fundraise for our wounded, injured and sick service personnel, veterans and their families

The ‘BBQ for Heroes’ campaign takes place during 15 – 31August 2015, however if this isn’t convenient please feel free to choose a date that is. To register or for more information visit or call 01980 846459.

Whether you invite friends over for a BBQ in your garden in exchange for a donation, or arrange a bigger community event, it all makes a difference to the support H4H can provide.

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A top children’s TV producer is spearheading a search for young heroes.

Nia Ceidiog is fronting the campaign launched by the Eagles Meadow shopping centre in Wrexham to find Summer Stars who deserve a big pat on the back.

The winners will be honoured with their names being inscribed at a Hollywood-style Walk of Fame at the shopping centre.

BAFTA winner Nia, who was brought up in Coedpoeth and went to Ysgol Morgan Llwyd, wrote the original Fireman Sam stories in English and Welsh and has a long list of credits including the popular series, Something Special, for CBeebies.

Nia was delighted to back the Summer Stars initiative that’s being organised to coincided with the children’s activities at Eagles Meadow over the summer holidays.

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A fossil forest in Brymbo, near Wrexham, which pre-dates dinosaurs, has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest by Natural Resources Wales.

Covering an area nearly half the size of a football pitch, the site contains a fantastic variety of 300 million year old fossilised plants and trees, making it a world class site for plant fossils.

They are the remains of plants which grew in hot, humid conditions near the equator - and include 20 fossilised giant clubmosses that look like massive tree stumps.

First revealed in 2004 on the former iron and steel works site in Brymbo, much of the fossil forest remains buried for its own protection.

Plans are underway, led by Brymbo Heritage Group, to establish an excavation and visitor centre on the site that will ensure the right conditions to study and display these fragile fossils.

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